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Education & Training

Community education, awareness and training

We are also able to design and run education and awareness training sessions tailored to the needs of individual groups. If you would like to find out more about our individually tailored education and training sessions, including our fees, please email or call 02 6228 1794.

Domestic, Family & Sexual Violence Online Training

This is your opportunity to hear from Sarah Gillett (DVCS Team Leader) and Sue Webeck (ANU Respectful Relationships Unit) about domestic, family and sexual violence, how to respond to disclosure and what to do as a bystander.


There are four separate sessions each focusing on a different area. All sessions run for 30 minutes.

Session 1: Being a Bystander to sexual assault, domestic and family violence on Monday 30 November at 1.00pm

Session 2: Domestic and family violence 101 on Wednesday 2 December at 1.00pm

Session 3: Responding to disclosure of sexual assault, domestic or family violence on Monday 7 December at 1.00pm

Session 4: Sexual Assault 101 on Wednesday 9 December at 1.00pm

This is suitable to anyone who wants to understand a bit more about domestic, family and sexual violence, including how to respond to disclosure and what to do as a bystander.

30 November to 9 December
1.00pm to 1.30pm

$10 per registration

Registration is essential. Immediately after registration you will receive a tax invoice. Within 24 business hours you will receive an link to attend the training online. Please ensure you include your correct email address.

Please note, registrations are limited to 65 people per session.

Register via this link:

If you have a discount code, you will be prompted to enter that at the time of payment.

Domestic and Family Violence Training (March 2021)

A one-day education session held three times a year covering:

  • dynamics of domestic and family violence
  • how you can respond to and support someone, including safety planning, and
  • how DVCS engages with the domestic and family violence landscape in the ACT.

This is suitable for people working within the community, legal, medical and allied health, education, public service and private sectors.  It is particularly relevant for those working in human resources or any type of management role.

Wednesday 24 March 2021
9.30am to 4.30pm
East Hotel, 69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

$210 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for community members, including those working within the community sector

$230 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for all others

All registrations include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and parking.  Parking is available to participants at East Hotel Parking off Oxley Street.

Cancellation Policy

Registration is essential and can be done online via Trybooking.

Once you make your booking you will be issued with a tax invoice.  If you require a tax invoice before payment, please email us at


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